Dragon Quest XI PS4 pre-order bonuses revealed for North America By Wazi the pa on April 30, 2018 at 6:21 PM

Square Enix has revealed the pre-order bonuses for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age for PlayStation 4 in North America, featuring various physical and digital items for those that plan to purchase the upcoming RPG through select retailers.

Catch a whiff of all of them below:

Gamestop (United State) / EB Games (Canada)

Pre-ordering Dragon Quest XI from either Gamestop in the United States or EB Games in Canada will net you:

  • eight exclusive collectible two-inch buttons featuring the main cast and the mysterious spirits of lost time.
  • The “Elevating Vest” DLC – A snazzy waistcoat that awards the wearer with extra experience every time they win a battle.
  • Three “Seeds of Skill” DLC – A nifty nut that confers an extra skill point upon anyone who eats it (consumed upon use).


From Amazon, pre-ordering Dragon Quest XI there will net you the following bonuses:

  • Arriviste’s Vest” DLC – A glitzy gold waistcoat that awards the wearer with extra money every time a battle is won; and
  • Three “Seeds of Skill” DLC – A nifty nut that confers an extra skill point upon anyone who eats it (consumed upon use).

Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age is set to release for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam on September 4 in North America and Europe.

  • My main crew will be the martial artist lady, the red-clad mage, the MC, and the rogue in green.
    I liked those three character designs the most. And it should lead to a balanced party too.

  • Miqote

    If it’s a balanced game then you’ll need all of them.

  • Miqote

    Does anyone know of SE Store has exclusive stuff??? I guess they don’t? Also, wonder if I can pre order both version to get both Vests…. lol

  • Jesiah Grant

    As tempting as the PS4 version is, I wanna play this portable on the switch

  • What if I hate certain characters? That was my only beef with Rogue Galaxy and FF8 . Why force me to play characters I hate. Like Quina in FF9. If you are forced to play them and they suck ass then the game just becomes work.

  • SNK

    I don’t remember being forced to play with anyone in Final Fantasy VIII.

  • At the end of FF8, Ultimecia herself decides who goes into back and in what order. As you allies fall, other people will be brought in but it’s not up to you who it is. It’s random.

  • Tizmah

    So you shouldn’t be playing the majority, if all JRPGs. Stick to games like Elder Scrolls or the like where you can build all your characters anyway you like.

  • But Elder Scrolls design look and gameplay is not to my liking. I stick with JRPGs but even when most of the cast is not to my liking, at least I have fun on at least one play through.

  • Miqote

    You honestly sound like a child man. Of course you CAN try to stick with the same crew but there will be useful and exclusive skills and abilities that other members have that will be plenty great to use.

  • I’ll make due.
    Quina in FF9 was so obnoxious I honest wish she was an optional character I didn’t have to have. Some characters are so annoying, their usefulness is a non-issue.